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  1. haha yes this will be the first and last 79" machine I buy. Thank you for the responses. I was nervous to post this because I knew I made a bozo mistake but was having troubles thinking it through. I'll get that sucker up tomorrow!
  2. So long story, but picked up 2 soda machines yesterday. I rented a trailer and got them and brought them over to my storage unit. One of the machines was too tall to make into the storage unit standing up on the dolly. We ended up getting it into the storage unit on its side after some maneuvering with my buddy. I was running short on time to return the trailer so I left it there in storage for the night. My question now is, what are some tips to get a machine stood up from its side? I can get 3-4 friends over to help me if necessary, but I just couldn't manage to get the machine up off the ground enough to be able to get any leverage under it to lift. does anyone have any suggestions? any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
  3. Hey Man, I know it might seem daunting at first due to the number of threads, but the best way to get the information you seek is in older threads. The search tool is a great mechanism to answer some of those questions. I am not currently in the atm business myself but have researched and read a lot of posts in these forums and on other sites online Blueplate is a good source of ATM knowledge in these boards, there are a few other people as well with some good info. - Is it worth investing in these times? - depends on your capital level currently and what sort of ROI you are looking for. there is still money to be made but you need to find great locations. - The minimum starting amount of money needed?- typically you can get started with as little as 3500+, but it depends how often you would like to service the machine. Most people put 1-2k in the machine, and the machine itself costs about 2k for a new one, or more depending on options you choose. - How hard is to get locations? -The highest traffic locations usually have atms already but there can still be sweet spots out there. Also a lot of the bigger ATM vendors have 3-5 year contracts so if a store/ account is unhappy with their service and the contract is nearing the end, you could be able to offer better service and step in. its all what you make of it. I hope this helps.
  4. hey thank you for your response. is this the tool you are referring too? https://globalgumball.com/product/screwdriver-wizard Thanks again!
  5. Hey All! This is my first post as I am new to the forums but have been reading up on everything here for the last few weeks trying to get caught up to speed. I am looking to purchase some bulk candy and gumball machines to get started and had a question to ask. I found this 4 foot spiral gumball machine for sale on Facebook Marketplace in my area. the seller does not know the make of this machine. The machine is missing a coin box and I just want to see if I can confirm the make of this machine before purchasing so I will be able to find parts easily. The price is 75. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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